Rector Prof. Gábor Szabó and Yin’e Zhou Vice Rector for Education agreed on the enlargement and carrying-on of the educational and research cooperation launched in 2012 between the University of Szeged and the Shangai University of Political Science and Law (SHUPL) in November.
Shared Service Centres (SSCs) represent one of Hungary’s fastest-growing sectors and offer a variety of positions in a number of major Hungarian cities – including Szeged – for young graduates, with or without experience, who speak foreign languages.
Ten young scientists were awarded the Junior Prima prize, three of whom are former students of the University of Szeged. Two of them currently work at the university as researchers.
Scientists at the University of Szeged are looking for ways to detect the early signs of periodontitis and oral cancer. They are also looking into the causes of these conditions, which are widespread in Hungary, as well as studying the possibilities to improve prevention and the factors influencing treatment.
According to the Hungarian higher education ranking list published by HVG (one of the leading Hungarian newspapers), SZTE is once again one of the best universities in Hungary.
At the 3rd Cardiovascular Outcome Trial Summit Amin Al-awar, PhD student at Doctoral School of Biology, was awarded Best Research Abstract.
Szeged and its university celebrated the 80th anniversary of Albert Szent-Györgyi’s Nobel Prize-awarding at the end of October. The celebration was unusual and remarkable with the presence of Marcia Szent-Györgyi, wife of the researcher and former rector of the University of Szeged.
Are you wondering about the available international programmes of SZTE or the available scholarship opportunities? Visit our stand at SZTE OPEN DAY and ask all your questions you have.
Date: 30. November (Thursday), 2017
Place: Ady tér 10., Szeged (TIK)
Time: 8:30 – 15:00
Times Higher Education has published the list of the best medical and health sciences trainings, on which the University of Szeged ranks 401st-500th.
Six faculties of the University of Szeged have a February 2018 intake for full time degree programmes in English and in Hungarian.
A new research programme investigating the possibilities for treating neurological, inflammatory and degenerative muscle diseases has been launched. The programme will involve researchers from the University of Szeged and from the Biological Research Centre, Hungarian Academy of Science, Szeged.
An exhibition entitled ’Faces of SZTE’ was opened on the 24th of October in József Attila Study and Information Centre. The portraits made by Anna Bobkó – the photo reporter of the University of Szeged – give an insight into the multicultural milieu of the institution.
According to the survey of the Ministry of Education of Hungary, the number of enroled international university students grew by almost 8,000 in Hungary during the last 5 years.
Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) has published a new ranking of universities, this time rating those of the emerging European and Central Asian countries. Eight Hungarian universities made the list of 2018, SZTE is ranked as the best among them.
Sports medicine consulting is now available at the University of Szeged. Students are asked to fill out a survey that hopes to help keep exercising safe and to improve students' health-conscious behavior.
Antibiotic resistance – pathogenic bacteria becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotics – is a major threat to public health. This problem is exacerbated by multidrug resistance where bacteria are often resistant to multiple antibiotics and antibiotic resistance may become the leading cause of death by 2050.
ContiTech Fluid Automotive Hungária Kft. in Makó and SZTE have signed a cooperation agreement that involves the development of practice oriented training and a new scholarship system.
The number of foreign students with Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship is growing at the University of Szeged: about 200 students from 38 countries is arriving to start their studies on English or Hungarian programmes at SZTE.
The colleagues of the International Directorate are getting ready to welcome the incoming international students of the University of Szeged. Students are asked to come for their academic registration at TIK between 4th September – 8th September. For Stipendium Scholarship holders an Opening Ceremony and an Information Session is also organized on 6th September at the Rector’s Office.
Adonis vernalis (pheasant’s eye), Ajuga laxmannii (bugleweed), Anchusa barrelieri (Barrelier’s bugloss), Ranunculus illyricus, Silene bupleuroides (catchfly), Viola ambigua (violet), Vinca herbacea (herbaceous periwinkle) and many other rare flowering plants, totalling 82 are included in a plant rescue programme currently underway at the Botanical Garden of the University of Szeged.
A research programme for the development of novel diagnostic and therapy procedures for rare diseases has been launched at the University of Szeged. The programme focuses on rare metabolic diseases, genetically determined heart diseases and skin diseases.
The Hungarian Centre of Excellence for Molecular Medicine (HCEMM) has been founded in Szeged. The project, with over 15 billion HUF funding, focuses on biomedical research and diagnostics of non-communicable, widespread and common disease, including cardiovascular diseases, cancer and inflammatory diseases, which claim around 30 million victims each year worldwide.
Researchers at the University of Szeged (SZTE) are developing intelligent materials that may be useful for special energy sources and also in the development of new methods for the storage of power, such as solar power.
Join the great programmes and concerts between August 28 and September 2, 2017 at TIK (József Attila Study and Information Center). Join us at the event and feel the membership of the Greatest Community in Town.
On the 20th of July 2017 another class of Master in International Relations – Legal and Business Aspects (MIR-LBA) graduated at the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences.
The Hungarian Studies Center of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Szeged has organized the 17th annual Summer University for international students interested in Hungarian language and culture.
From now on, Serbian students can also participate in the shared LL.M programme of the University of Potsdam and the University of Szeged; these three institutions can also apply for EU funding – said Attila Badó, leader of the LL.M programme of SZTE and the Comparative Legal Institution of SZTE.
We are happy to announce that Szeged is among the best European cultural and creative cities, listed on the Cultural and Creative Cities Monitor of the European Commission. The online platform is a new tool to monitor and assess the performance of 'Cultural and Creative Cities' in Europe vis-à-vis their peers.
Among the Hungarian universities, SZTE is still the 1st on the list of QS World University Rankings 2017/2018. Similarly to previous years, SZTE is between the 501-550th place, as a result it is considered to be the best 2% of 26.000 institutions from all over the world.
University of Szeged (SZTE) is among the most attractive destinations in the frame of the Erasmus Programme: it is the second most popular university in Hungary and the most appealing among the universities excluding the institutions in the capital.
SZTE won in the first round of eduline.hu’s online beauty contest – they were searching for the most beautiful Hungarian University campus.
The Hungarian subsidiary of German car manufacturer Audi and the University of Szeged (SZTE) announced on Tuesday they have signed a strategic cooperation agreement covering research and education activities, according to reports.
Get the most out of your summer! If you would like to begin or brush up on your Hungarian in a lively international community, spend a few summer weeks in a lovely college town and enjoy multicultural friends and dynamic surroundings!
It is now the fourth time the University of Szeged has organised the summer school entitled Lasers in Medicine and Life Sciences (LAMELIS) with the aim of discussing and disseminating the implications of these developments. The LAMELIS 2017 summer school will be held between 12th and 21st July.
We are pleased to announce that the online application platform is now open for Doctoral Programmes 2017/2018.
ETR will be replaced by Neptun at the University of Szeged. SZTE’s Vice-rector of Education and the Director of Education answered for questions about the changes.
The 14th University Spring Festival, held this year between 10 April – 18 May, will host a huge programme of events. The Cultural Office of University of Szeged organizes several foreign language programme.
Honorary consuls in Szeged together with foreign students celebrated the 30 years of Erasmus and the 15 years of Erasmus Student Network Szeged at the event of Erasmus 30 & ESN 15 organised in the Rector’s Office on 27th March, 2017.
On March 17th, University of Szeged celebrated the 6th annual International Cultural Evening (ICE 2017). It was held by the International Student Union of Szeged with the help of Faculty of Medicine and students representatives from all over the world. This event is the biggest international students’ party in Szeged that brings our school community together in celebration of our wonderful diversities.
As each year at the beginning of this month, the University of Szeged opened the application platform for international students into its International Relations MA programs both in English and in French languages.
174 international students have just begun their studies in the framework of ERASMUS+ and the so called Credit Mobility programmes at the University.
The University of Szeged is one of Hungary’s leading and internationally ranked higher educational institutions. It was ranked as the highest among the Hungarian higher education institutions on the QS World University list. SZTE is the “greenest” Hungarian university and to sum it up, it is the best university in the country.
The International Directorate of University of Szeged has published the latest general brochure in English. Click here to download.
University of Szeged is still the “greenest” Hungarian university according to UI Green Metric World Ranking. SZTE ranks 14th “greenest” in the world among the institutions located in city centres and is ranked 45th among Europe’s assessed universities.